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Can Complementary and Alternative Medicine be Evidence-Based?
 
01:05:07
A discussion of some important philosophical principles underlying evidence-based medicine and many alternative approaches and where potential conflicts can arise.
Views: 781 Brennen McKenzie
What is Evidence-Based Veterinary Medicine & Why Do We Need It?
 
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The presentation describes the principles and steps of evidence-based veterinary medicine and explains how it can support better clinical decision making and improve patient care.
Views: 975 Brennen McKenzie
The Three Most Dangerous Words in Medicine
 
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A brief look at the dangers of relying on clinical experience over formal scientific research.
Views: 1276 Brennen McKenzie
The Future of Evidence-Based Veterinary Medicine: Challenges & Opportunities
 
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This presentation discusses some of the major barriers to widespread adoption of evidence-based veterinary medicine and efforts to overcome them.
Views: 158 Brennen McKenzie
Evidence-Based Evaluation of Alternative Medicine Part 3
 
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The final part of the presentation applies a systematic science-based evaluation to several examples of alternative medical approaches, incuding Reiki, Homeopathy, and Probiotics.
Views: 199 Brennen McKenzie
Evidence-Based Veterinary Medicine: Myths & Misconceptions
 
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This presentation discusses some of the more common myths and misconceptions about evidence-based veterinary medicine.
Views: 175 Brennen McKenzie
Evidence-Based Evaluation of Alternative Medicine Part 2
 
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The second part of this series investigates the philosophy and ideology of alternative medicine in preparation for applying the principles and techniques of evidence-based medicine to these practices.
Views: 280 Brennen McKenzie
Evidence-Based Evaluation of Alternative Medicine Part 1
 
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The first part of a three-part presentation discussing how to evaluate alternative medical therapies, especially in veterinary medicine, from a science-based perspective. This part illustrates the limitations of unstructured evaluation, such as personal experience, trial and error, and historical traditions, and introduces the principles and techniques of evidence-based medicine.
Views: 649 Brennen McKenzie